• Shikeith in Artforum

    Shikeith's performance, notes towards becoming a spill, presented at Performa 2021, was featured in Artforum. Rachel Valinsky begins her review with a glimpse into the performance, writing: "A gospel choir flanked an illuminated platform, giving breath to the ecstatic and vital choreography of four dancers, clad in diaphanous mesh costumes in various hues of blue that echoed the shifting luminosity of the sea and the sky." The author continues: “Shikeith’s moving work, which continues his ongoing study of blue spaces, boundlessness, and contemporary Black queer identity, metaphorized diasporic longing, ancestral histories, and the ocean as a site of loss and refuge.” To read more, please visit the Artforum website.

  • Ezra Stoller at The Museum of Modern Art

    Work by Ezra Stoller is now on view at the Museum of Modern Art, in an ongoing group exhibition entitled Transparency in Architecture and Beyond. The exhibit follows the growing anxieties of privacy and ethics amidst mid-twentieth century America, featuring architecture as both subject and cultural lens. Other featured artists include Le Corbusier, Dan Graham, Brigitte Hellgoth, Jean Tschumi, and many more. For more information, please visit the MoMA website.